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Presentation Vocab

Audience Group of listeners or spectators.
Body Language Communication through facial expressions, body movements, etc.
Diagram Graphic representation of a situation e.g. the result of an action.
Guidelines Advice or instructions given in order to guide or direct an action.
Key Point Essential or main point
Objective What one wants to achieve; aim.
Outline Breif description or presentation.
Overview Short presentation of the main point.
Signposting Language Phrases used to help focus the audience's attention on different parts of a presentation.
Topic Subject of a disscussion.
Summarize Make a summary of the essential points; sums up.
Visual Aids Utilities of the vocie expressing a particular feeling or mood.
Tone A change of the voice expressing a particular feeling or mood.
Redundant Unnecessary repition of words or ideas.
Distractions Something that interferes with concentration or take attention away from something else.
Created by: raechel_sims